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This page is updated with Inglewood home listings several times per day directly from the Inglewood, California MLS.
Each Inglewood MLS listing includes the property price, days on market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Also review local Inglewood property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools and Inglewood neighborhood amenities including parks and golf courses will be listed.
Inglewood Neighborhood Homes
Inglewood is a mid-sized city in Los Angeles County, California. It’s currently home to about 112,000 residents with the population on the rise again after taking a slight dip in the early 2000s. The city is less than five miles from Los Angeles International Airport. I-405 passes through the west side of town and intersects I-105 just south of city limits. Known for its eclectic music scene, Inglewood is the home of the Southeast Symphony Association as well as venues including the iconic Forum. The Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park is under construction and will be the new home of the Rams and the Chargers. It was also just designated as the site of the 2021 Super Bowl. Inglewood covers nine square miles and uses zip codes 90301 through 90312.
There are nine distinct neighborhoods in Inglewood, the largest of which are Crenshaw-Imperial, Morningside Park, North Inglewood, Fairview Heights, and Inglewood Knolls. The Forum is located in Morningside Park, which is about two miles from the site of the future Los Angeles Stadium.
The median price of single family homes for sale in Inglewood is in the upper $500s, while home prices for condos and townhomes are in the mid $300s. Single family homes start in the low $300s for two to three bedrooms and one to two baths in about 900 square feet of space. A home at the median price point typically has three bedrooms, two baths, about 1,400 square feet, and off-street parking. On the higher end of the spectrum, real estate priced from the $700s can be found in Morningside Park and Ladera Heights. These homes offer four to five bedrooms, three or more baths, and about 2,000 square feet of living space. Condos and townhomes are priced from the low $200s for about 800 square feet.
While there are few builders currently active in the city, prospective homebuyers will find several new construction neighborhoods within a five-mile radius of Inglewood. Brookfield Residential has built several new communities in Playa Vista, including Mason, Marlowe, and Cleo with homes priced from the mid $1 millions. In Gardena, the Olson Company has built in Gateway Walk with prices starting in the upper $400s.
A massive residential community is planned for the Hollywood Park area surrounding the new stadium. The project, which will offer 3,000 apartment and townhome units, will provide homeowners with easy access to retail space, an artificial lake, and a casino, all of which is slated for completion by 2023.
Inglewood Community Amenities
One of Inglewood’s most famous landmarks is the Forum. Built in 1967 to resemble the Roman Forum, this music venue made rock history repeatedly throughout the years, hosting legends such as Led Zeppelin and Elvis Presley. After changing hands several times and undergoing refurbishments, the Forum became the largest indoor performance venue in the US.
The city operates public parks totaling 100 acres. Vincent Park, the largest at 55 acres, is the site of the Swimming Pool Complex. For more green space, it’s a short drive to Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area. The nearest golf courses are Maggie Hathaway, Chester Washington, and Westchester. It’s just seven miles to beach access at Dockweiler.
Shoppers will find plenty to do in and around Inglewood. The Marketplace at Hollywood Park is an open shopping mall with more than 20 stores. Ladera Center is on the city’s western border. Just minutes away, the Slauson Supermall in Los Angeles is a local landmark and giant indoor swap meet.
- Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, future home of the LA Rams and the LA Chargers, will be completed around 2019 and is the site of 2021 Super Bowl
- Home of Randy’s Donuts, a landmark bakery with a 32-foot donut on top
- Other popular local restaurants include Stuff I Eat and Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles
- Short commute into the city
- Within 40 miles of major destinations including Aquarium of the Pacific, LA Zoo, and Disneyland
Inglewood Neighborhood Schools
Children of Inglewood residents attend schools in the Inglewood Unified School District, with students in a small section attending Los Angeles Unified School District’s Century Park Elementary. The top-rated schools in Inglewood are Wilder’s Preparatory Charter Elementary and Middle Schools and Animo Inglewood Charter High School, which all receive ratings of nine out of 10 by the school ranking website GreatSchools.org. There are several other public charter schools in the city in addition to private and parochial schools such as St. Mary’s Academy.
Springfield College is located in Inglewood, and other colleges nearby include Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology, Otis College of Art and Design, and Los Angeles Southwest College.
Inglewood offers convenient access to the Los Angeles area in addition to its own amenities. As the Hollywood Park Stadium project nears completion, expect considerable growth in this part of Los Angeles County. Now is an ideal time to buy a home in Inglewood before an influx of new residents drives up housing prices.
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